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  • How To Add Your Mobile Number To Aadhaar Card

    When you apply for Aadhaar Card , it is essential to provide your email address and registered mobile number. In case you fail to do so, the authorities may not be able to deliver your Aadhaar Card.

    How to add mobile number to Aadhaar Card

    Follow 9 Steps to Register Mobile Number with Aadhaar for the First Time

    Seeding Aadhaar with mobile is easy and can be accomplished in 9 simple steps. Below mentioned are the steps that will help you complete the linking:

    Step 1: Visit the Aadhaar Card website that is https://uidai.gov.in/

    Step 2: Select “Enrollment & Update” tab and click on “Aadhaar Data Update”

    Step 3: It gets directed to a new page, under the Reference Links column, click on “Aadhaar Data Update Form”

    Step 4: Download the Aadhaar Correction form and take a printout

    Step 5: Mention your 12-digit unique identification number, name, guardian’s name, address, city, district, post office, state and pin code

    Step 6: It is mandatory to enter your mobile number that is operational

    Step 7: Take the photocopy of the documents that you plan to submit as a proof of address (POA). Mention them in the form. To validate which documents to submit, an applicant can go through the list mentioned in the form

    Step 8: Once you complete filling all the details, sign the form or provide a thumbprint

    Step 9: Double check the information and list of documents attached to avoid any error. Send the application through post

    The post can be sent to the following address:

    Address 1: Box No.10, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh – 480001

    Address 2: UIDAI Post Box No.99, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad – 500034

    An applicant should wait for few days, once the correction form is posted. The authorities on receiving the application will validate the details and link Aadhaar to mobile number. The applicant will receive a confirmation message from UIDAI, once the Aadhar-mobile number registration is complete.

    How To Verify Aadhaar Mobile Number And Email-Id?

    • Log in to https://uidai.gov.in/
    • Choose the ‘Verify Email/Mobile Number’ option that falls under ‘Aadhaar Services’
    Verify email/mobile Number for aadhar card
    • Enter the 12-digit Aadhaar number, mobile number, email-id and the security code
    Verify email/mobile number form for Aadhaar
    • Key in the OTP
    • Click on the ‘Verify OPT’ option
    • If the verification is successful, a green tick will be displayed
    Verified mobile number for Aadhaar

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    News About Linking Mobile Number To Aadhaar Card

    • Linking Mobile number and Aadhaar through OTP

      From 1 December 2017, the department of telecommunication (DoT) will offer SIM and Aadhaar linking via one time password (OTP). It is an easy and convenient method, and will save ample amount of time.

      Subscribers can link the phone number and Aadhaar sitting at home. Recently, the unique identification authority has approved the concept of SIM re-verification through OTP that was presented by the telecom operators. But subscribers should ensure to enter the details in Aadhaar database prior to that. The deadline to link Aadhaar and mobile number is 6 February 2018.

      16th November 2017

    • Decision Pending for Linking Aadhaar with Mobile number

      Recently, government has clarified that no final decision has been taken for linking the 12-digit unique authentication number to mobile number. The official decision for Aadhaar-mobile linking is till on hold. On November 13th , the Supreme Court will hear the plea of linking Aadhaar with mobile.

      However, the telecom operators are constantly sending notifications of discontinued service to consumers so that users link the Aadhaar and mobile the soonest. Earlier Department of Telecommunications had given operators the deadline as February 2018 for linking Aadhaar to mobile number.

      7th November 2017

    • Plea in Supreme Court against Aadhaar Card and Mobile Number Linking

      Recently, a plea has been sent to supreme court against Department of Telecom (DoT) about linking Aadhaar card with mobile number. The plea reported to withdraw the norm of linking Aadhaar number with phone number and requested to destroy all the vital data collected so far. The person filing the plea stated the move to be “unconstitutional” and “null of void”. With that the Apex court has requested the Centre to figure out an efficient mechanism to verify the details of 100 crore mobile phone consumers within a year.

      Recently, the court has made mobile detail verification mandatory. The pre-paid mobile phone consumers, who are in maximum number are therefore asked to present the identity details at the time of recharge . Moreover, consumers applying for fresh sim card are asked to present the identity details during the application process. Now, the verification is compulsory now as mobile numbers are used for all banking purpose and for other sensitive purpose.

      24th October 2017

    • Deadline to furnish Aadhaar details extended till the year end

      The government has notified that the deadline to furnish Aadhaar details shall be extended till the year end from September 30, 2017. Though a 12-digit unique number issued to every Indian can be linked by the state to several financial transactions and programmes, it was challenged in the Supreme Court claiming that it violates the right to privacy.

      In early November, judges will rule on whether or not the government’s linking of Aadhaar to direct fund transfer to beneficiaries of welfare schemes, tax returns and bank borrowings violates that right. Aadhaar database already has the biometrics of billion plus Indians, the sources added.

      Deadline for Aadhaar PAN linking may be extended August 31, 2017

      The government is likely to extend the deadline for Aadhaar and PAN linking. A decision in this regard will soon be made by the government. Those who are exempt from this rule are Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), those aged above 80 years and those living in Assam, Jammu and Kashmir or Meghalaya.

      The deadline will most likely be extended to December 31, 2017. Taxpayers were still eligible to pay tax even though they had not linked their Aadhaar card with their PAN. As per rules, every person who is eligible to get an Aadhaar and with a valid PAN should link both respectively.

      12th September 2017

    • Aadhaar now to be linked with mobile numbers

      Telecom operators are now sending SMS alerts to consumers, asking them to link their mobile numbers with their Aadhaar data. This comes after the government made Aadhaar a must to purchase a new SIM card.

      The Department of Telecom (DoT) has already directed mobile service providers to complete all e-KYV re-verification processes for all prepaid and postpaid consumers by the beginning of 2018. Meanwhile, in March, the Supreme Court said that all mobile numbers need to be verified in the country.

      The DoT also had a meeting with UIDAI, TRAI and the Prime MInister’s Office to discuss how to implement this new process. DoT has asked telecom service providers to communicate this new initiative with all existing consumers.

      8th June 2017

    • Existing mobile subscribers will have to provide Aadhaar KYC verification soon

      All current subscribers of mobile services will have to opt for Aadhaar-based re-verification at the earliest, with the government instructing telecom operators to start the process. COAI which is the Cellular Operator’s Body said that all members might meet soon to discuss the modalities of starting the verification process for all current mobile phone users who are more than a billion.

      According to the Telecom Department, all operators will use and share one common device method through mutual agreements and will also work on mechanisms in order to avoid inconvenience and long queues.

      31st March 2017

    • Aadhaar Mandatory for Income Tax, Cash Transaction Limited to Rs.2 Lakhs

      The government of India has made its decision to lower the cash transaction limit by a lakh. Previously, the limit was Rs.3 lakhs, but has now been reduced to Rs.2 lakhs. The government also announced that Aadhaar numbers are compulsory for availing a PAN card as well as the filing of income tax returns.

      After the president gives his assent to the finance bill, cash transactions in excess of Rs.2 lakhs will be considered illegal. Starting from the 1st of July, Aadhaar will become mandatory for any individual who wishes to apply for a PAN card or file their tax returns

      30th January 2017

    • 2000+ Jobs Vacant for 10th / 12th / Graduates

      The government has notified that the deadline to furnish Aadhaar details shall be extended till the year end from September 30, 2017. Though a 12-digit unique number issued to every Indian can be linked by the state to several financial transactions and programmes, it was challenged in the Supreme Court claiming that it violates the right to privacy.

      In early November, judges will rule on whether or not the government’s linking of Aadhaar to direct fund transfer to beneficiaries of welfare schemes, tax returns and bank borrowings violates that right. Aadhaar database already has the biometrics of billion plus Indians, the sources added.

      Deadline for Aadhaar PAN linking may be extended August 31, 2017

      The government is likely to extend the deadline for Aadhaar and PAN linking. A decision in this regard will soon be made by the government.

      Those who are exempt from this rule are Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), those aged above 80 years and those living in Assam, Jammu and Kashmir or Meghalaya.

      The deadline will most likely be extended to December 31, 2017. Taxpayers were still eligible to pay tax even though they had not linked their Aadhaar card with their PAN.

      As per rules, every person who is eligible to get an Aadhaar and with a valid PAN should link both respectively.

      12th September 2017

    • 2000+ Jobs Vacant for 10th / 12th / Graduates

      The UIDAI, which is the centralised identification body of the country and is responsible to identify citizens, has revealed that Indian citizens now have greater job opportunities as Aadhaar jobs. The UIDAI disclosed that there are over 2000 jobs vacant for students who have cleared their 10th / 12th standard as well as graduates who are considered qualified for Aadhaar jobs. The UIDAI has invited candidates to apply online, and urged individuals who want to make the most of the job to apply immediately. Although there is no last date to make an application, the selection of candidates is expected to be done based on an interview, a trial test and a written test which will be held by the UIDAI.

      16th January 2017

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